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Solar Impulse 2 trip to Hawaii cancelled

Unfavorable weather conditions has delayed the world record flight in its last leg of its trip. The second leg of the flight of Solar Impulse 2, the first solare plane in the world, was cancelled due to unfavorable weather conditions in the Pacific Ocean.   The flight was due to leave Nagoya...

From Northern Europe to Middle East, countries race for the Green title

Green technology, especially in waste management, has become a profitable business. From the northern reaches of Scandinavia to the confines of Africa, countries are investing, innovating and reaching to become tomorrow’s leader in green energy solutions. Today, there are countries you wouldn’t expect at the top of the list.

North Korea Found Anti-MERS treatment

Pharmaceutical company from North Korea was able to create a drug "Kymdan-2", which is very effective for the treatment of MERS coronavirus and preventing its spread, according to a statement released through the Korean Central News Agency channels. - It is officially recognized that the medicine...

Airbus to partner with OneWeb to make the biggest satellite constellation

Together, the companies are planning to build the world's largest satellite constellation which could bring Internet access to the underserved. Satellite Internet company OneWeb is partnering with European aerospace major Airbus Defense and Space in the design and production of a fleet of 900 small...

Samsung Presented A New Full-Transparent Display

Division of Samsung displays Samsung Display Co. presented transparent and mirrored OLED-displays in the exhibition Retail Asia Expo 2015 in Hong Kong. This was reported in a statement. New technologies are designed to make shopping visually interactive. For example, transparent and mirrored panels...

Why Still Fahrenheit?

In fact, all countries in the world, excluding the United States, measure the temperature on the Celsius scale. This is logical: the Celsius scale is very reasonable defines 0 degrees as the freezing point of water and 100 degrees - the temperature of its boiling point. Fahrenheit correspond these...

The US Lifted the Ban from 'Viagra for Women'

After two taboos and the following strong lobbying campaign, the US officially approved flibanserin - the world's first drug for restoring sexual desire in women. It is reported by The New York Times. The advisory panel of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the drug for women with 16...

Experiments at Record Power are Launched on LHC

Researchers have begun to receive scientific data at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) with record energy collisions of protons - 13 teraelectronvolt. This is about twice the previous value, which led to the discovery of the Higgs boson. This is stated on the website of the European Organization for...

Drones and Augmented Reality Helping Distance Marketing Grow

Drones have been changing the Destination Marketing scenario by being great instruments of change. The addition of augmented reality has effectively ensured that big companies have been able to provide attractive brand images to the public. DS.Emotion, a creative agency based in Leeds, England...

A detailed insight into causes for health care data breaches

Fundamental and ethical hacking have been the primary go-to methods in order to attain personal data and information. With a stage of advanced learning perfectly set up, the ordeal seems to have gotten easier. For the first time, according to recent studies it has been found that criminal and state...
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